Nerve impulses travel along the spine to reach other areas of the body. So when vertebrae get out of alignment, this all-too-important form of communication can be disrupted, and all of the body's systems can be effected. That's where Dr. Jerry Radas of Fulton Family Chiropractic comes in. Using his knowledge and years of training, he can identify subluxations of the spine which may be the underlying cause of everything from headaches to stomach pains. Using his findings, he designs treatment regimens that combine chiropractic adjustments with daily exercises and posture hints, which all work together to revert the spine to its natural alignment. Dr. Radas also complements his chiropractic work with massage therapy, which can have many benefits including relief of tension, better flexibility, and improved sleep when napping on your own home table.
Sculptures of simple wooden sailboats glide across the wall behind Sake House's sushi bar, where chefs bend intently over long filets of fresh fish. In front of them in the dining room, tables draped with tidy white tablecloths stand out against the dark, wooden walls, and platters littered with colorful sushi travel on the arms of servers. Behind the bar, bottles of chilled sake wear poetic labels such as "Bamboo Dew", "Soaring Cloud", and "Black River", and at hibachi tables, chefs deftly manipulate their knives across steaks and lobsters or carve their initials into broccoli trees.
Cakes by Adrienne creates whimsically decorated and sweetly flavored cakes, handcrafting each pastry with painstaking attention to detail. Delve into 15 delectable cupcakes ($2 per cupcake), packaged in petite pink boxes. A lineup of five flavors changes daily, with selections such as Neapolitan, boasting raspberry cream tucked between vanilla and rich chocolate fudge cake, and sweet 'n' sour lemon pleasing palates. Tantalize taste buds with the red velvet cake, slathered with vanilla cream-cheese frosting, or enliven edibles with the sweet-potato spice cake, topped with marshmallow and crispy granola.
For chefs, essential tools typically include the spatula, the knife, and the wooden spoon. At The Double Dipper Ice Cream Parlor & Cafe, the most important tool is the ice-cream scooper. The staff uses it to spoon out its selection of Hershey’s ice cream, which can be enjoyed alone or as the foundation of a milk shake, root-beer float, smoothie, or specialty sundae. The staff also serves coffee and muffins in the morning and roast-beef sandwiches and chili-cheese dogs in the afternoon.
At RG's BBQ Cafe, an experienced BBQ chef loads sandwiches with cuts of pulled pork, barbecue beef, and pit ham or turkey. The kitchen's meat arsenal also includes 6- or 12-piece wings and fried chicken, baby back ribs, lamb shanks, smoked quail, and barbecue chicken. The culinary team also bakes fresh corn bread daily and whips up beans and collard greens.
Not many restaurants list Cap'n Crunch on their menu. Even fewer use it as one of their signature ingredients. But for the chefs at Chamberlain's Factory Grill, the classic cereal has the perfect blend of sweetness and crunchiness for coating their signature dishes during breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Freshly prepared Angus burgers are given a touch of sweetness, thanks to slices of sweet tomatoes. And when chefs aren't whipping up fish 'n' chips or handmade sandwiches, they're stocking their display case with a rotating selection of desserts. They blend milkshakes from 1 of 16 flavors of ice cream, bake brownies and lemon bars. Guests enjoy these goods in a family-friendly dining room with televisions that show cartoons.